Mr & Mrs John Wells were commended from Bleary, Northern Ireland, to serve the Lord in Venezuela, leaving home in 1929 to join William Williams in pioneer gospel work in that South American country. John Wells (1898-1989) came from an unsaved background and was converted to Christ in a gospel mission in 1920, to which he had been invited by his newly converted friend Eddie Fairfield. The young Mr Fairfield, who had recently found his way into assembly fellowship in Lurgan, Northern Ireland, told John Wells of the truth he had found, which culminated in John coming into fellowship in the assembly meeting in Bleary Gospel Hall, after which he felt the call to the work in South America. The story of John Wells’s early service in Venezuela is told in the last 8 chapters of “It Can Be Done”, a book that recounts the incredible details of how the work started in that land, a work that has been greatly blessed over the last 100 years or so. In this recording Mr Wells gives an “old year’s night” message about “the eternal state” from Revelation 22:1-6, preached in his homeland of Northern Ireland.